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Oregon Medicare Plans

At the Benefit Link we work with great insurance companies offering Medicare Supplement plans for Oregon residents. 

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Many offer the most popular plans like Plan F and Plan G. Let us assist with the basics. Oregon Medicare Plans include 10 standardized options, lettered A – N. Each insurance company must offer at least Plan A, but companies can offer any of the other plans as well.


Our agency works with some of the best Oregon Medicare Plan F and Plan G insurance companies, such as AetnaBankers FidelityBlue Cross Blue ShieldCignaHumanaMutual of Omaha, and Transamerica.


You can find a complete list of our Medicare insurance providers here.


Thousands of beneficiaries have enrolled into Oregon Medicare Plans. As you do your research, be aware that Medicare Supplements in Oregon have the same benefits as supplements sold in any other state.

Residents can enroll in an Oregon Medicare supplement during their open enrollment period without health questions. The initial enrollment period for Medigap begins on your Part B effective date and runs for 6 months. Because there is no medical underwriting during this period, it is considered the best time to buy an Oregon Medicare supplement.


After that window expires, changing your Oregon Medicare supplement will usually require you to answer health questions. However, Oregon has a special birthday rule that you can also exercise once per year IF you already have a Medicare supplement and wish to switch to another supplement of equal or lesser benefit.


Oregon Medicare Supplements Birthday Rule

People with Oregon Medigap plans can change their Medicare supplement once per year during their birthday month. The enrollment period begins on Medicare beneficiary’s birthday and last for 30 days. There is no underwriting. You will not answer any health questions.


Known as the birthday rule, Oregon’s new enrollment window is modeled after a similar rule in California. The rule is designed to keep seniors from being trapped into a Medicare supplement that has high rate increases. Legislators hope that competition between insurance plans will help to keep rates down overall.


To take advantage of the birthday rule, you must already be enrolled in a standard Oregon Medigap plan. You must be switching into the same policy or one with lesser benefits than your current policy. So for example, if you have Oregon Medicare Supplement Plan G, you could switch to another Plan G or Plan N, but not a Plan F.


You cannot use the birthday rule to get a Oregon Medicare supplement for the first time.

Medicare Supplemental Plans Oregon

Oregon Medicare supplements help to pay for things that Medicare does not cover. This includes your deductibles for hospital and outpatient. Oregon Medicare Supplement Plans also pay the 20% of your outpatient visits that Medicare does not pay.


Medicare Supplements in Oregon cover all the same Medicare Part A and B benefits that plans in other states cover. In the hospital, your Oregon Medicare Supplement will pay for your room and board during your inpatient stay, skilled nursing facility needs, blood transfusions and hospice.


On an outpatient basis, your Oregon Medigap plan benefits include doctor visits, labwork, durable medical equipment, surgeries and much more.


To be eligible for Oregon Medicare Supplement insurance, you must first enroll in Medicare Parts A and B. Most people purchase their Medicare supplement in their home state, but your coverage will be nationwide.


Remember, if you enroll in your Oregon Medigap plan during the first six months after your Part B effective date, you will not have to answer any health questions on your application. During this one-time window, they cannot turn you down for pre-existing conditions either.


Comparing Oregon Medicare Supplements is very easy to do here at The Benefit Link. We use our software to run a quote of all the Oregon Medicare supplement plans in your area. The report will show us not only who has the best price now, but also which companies have a history of the lowest rate increases.


You can request your free rate comparison using the contact form on the right, or calling us at 1-844-482-2910.

Oregon Medicare Plans - Statistics

Would you like to know what other Oregon residents do with their Medicare? Check out these helpful facts reported by


In 2012, over 650,000 residents were also enrolled in Medicare in Oregon That is 17% of total residents.


You can choose from more than 20 Part D drug plans offered in Oregon as well. A significant number of Medicare beneficiaries take advantage of the Medicare Part D drug coverage options offered. Since Oregon Medicare supplements do not include drug coverage, a standalone Part D policy is wise.

Oregon Medicare Plans - Resources & Programs

Medicare is a federal program. You  can contact Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE.  To enroll in Medicare, you will contact the Social Security office at 1-800-772-1213.


The Department of Human Services in Oregon also provides helpful information about Medicare Savings Programs for people with low incomes. If you qualify for a program, you’ll get help with paying for your Medicare costs.


Once you enroll in Medicare, it will be time to choose your Oregon Medicare supplemental coverage. Many well-know insurance companies offer Medigap plans in Oregon. Each company charges its own rates.


Our agency can provide free quotes for these Oregon Medicare supplements and for Oregon Medicare Part D plans too.  You will not pay anything for this service. Call us at the toll free number 1-844-482-2910, or you can use this link to request help online:

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